Online trainer senses Financial Advisor panic

Published: Fri 10 Dec 2010 10:56 AM
Online trainer senses Financial Advisor panic
Financial advisors need to decide how they will comply with the Financial Advisors Act now to avoid panic as the clock ticks into 2011, according to an online training company that can fulfill many of the learning requirements.
“Not only is what they need to do comprehensive, but many will attend training courses to absorb the material they will need to demonstrate their knowledge. This will all take time,” says Anya Anderson, Managing Director of RedSeed Ltd.
RedSeed is an online sales training company that offers sales compliance modules to Financial Advisors as part of their training.
“If they choose this option, they will save hours of time by completing their learning on a computer in the privacy of their own environment at a time of their choice,” says Mrs Anderson.
“They can also begin whenever they wish.”
“Although the Government delayed the introduction of the new regulations, the clock is ticking. Soon we will be into 2011, and once everyone is back at work, it will only be a matter of months before the deadline hits,” concludes Mrs Anderson.

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